Camera Raw/DNG: Lens profiles for the Olympus om-d me-5

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are there lens profiles for m zuiko lens and can I download them for camera raw and lightroom If so How where can I get the files
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There is a built-in, always-on lens profile for the following lens:

Olympus M.12-50mm F3.5-6.3 when used with the Olympus E-M5 camera.

If this is the lens you are referring to, then there is no need to download a lens profile because it is already internal to the Adobe camera-raw engine for both LR and PS.
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where do I find the lens listed within camera raw and light room ? I also own two other m zuiko lenses the 40-150 mm telephoto and the 9-19 wide angle, are there profiles for these lenses also?
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There is no list of lenses with internal, always-on profiles, only a list of lenses with external profiles that can be selected and deselected:
http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/mu...

I would guess that future versions of LR and ACR will indicate if there is an internal profile for a particular lens of the photo you're viewing, and what aspects are being corrected, but I don't know of any other way to know. It may be that Adobe will expand their list of supported lenses to include internal, always-on profiles, but that remains to be seen.

If you want to upload a raw photo taken with each of your lenses, I can test in ACR 8.4 RC and see what it says regarding internal support. You can use something like http://www.dropbox.com/ or other large-file-hosting service, to share raw files.